There is no relationship that is better than another, but it’s all about how they make you feel and what you can do for them in return. No one wants to be friends with someone who only talks to you when it’s convenient for them or when they need something. You want someone who’s there for you because they enjoy you and the same goes for them.
Dogs prove that they don’t need much to be happy. As long as they have their basic necessities they are content. They don’t worry about accumulating the most toys or having the biggest bone. Dogs are the best examples of minimalists.
It’s like the more I see him, the more I talk about him and the more I feel him, the more I want him. But just for one night at a time. I don’t think I could handle more than one night at a time, I don’t think I want more than one night at a time.
I would want all of my family there, and a complete surprise. I want him to get down on one knee and use my full name. But for me the surprise part is the most important.
Don’t be selfish with her, because she deserves so much more than that. Being with someone you don’t love is cruel, especially when you know she loves you. It’s holding her back from being free and finding real love.
Don’t be so quick to judge, and if you have a hard time opening up, start with something small. Start by telling your friends what you love about them or what you love in general. Find joy in the little things.
I don’t need people to validate my looks; I know what I look like. There are plenty of things I could put into making myself “prettier,” but there is so much more to life than being “pretty.”
I want to be in constant awe of the earth and everything it has to offer. I want to see things I could never have possibly imagined and try things I’ve only dreamed of. I want my curiosity to grow greater and stronger than it already is.